Those organizations that embrace the data privacy regulations before they are required can use this as a competitive
The government must use digital transformation to build services and systems that serve the people and provide insights to create more efficient processes.
Tying data to locations can help retailers meet granular local data privacy regulations and reduce global latencies to meet customer performance
FinServs can address latency issues by putting data closer to the application or customer. In this way, data is served faster.
Winners in the war triggered by new data usage regulations will be companies that can leverage their own data as well as the data of their partners and …
Operators can acquire a new customer base by supplying real-time consumer intelligence to merchants for targeted marketing campaigns and other
To achieve success with blockchain, PwC advises proponents to focus on collaboration beyond the walls of their
Digitalization is, not surprisingly, driving up user data privacy concerns. Business need to take protective actions or regulators will step in. Increasingly, …
Companies must embrace transparency, accountability, and traceability to maintain a competitive edge and the faith and loyalty of their customer
Process mining offers great efficiency improvement opportunities, but proper use must address privacy concerns and protect people’s data privacy